Red hot talent from LA: producer Jared Faber and singer Lauren Ruth Ward

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Jared Faber is a multi instrumentalist, multi-talented composer/music producer/singer/songwriter.  A native New Yorker, alumnus of the High School of Performing Arts and a graduate of the Berklee College of music,  Jared currently lives in Los Angeles where he produces music for top artists, film and television. He was nominated for an Emmy for his work on “Clifford’s Puppy Days” and has topped the CMJ world charts with his independent release “Tranquilidad Cubana” produced under the artist name “Urban Legend” (with partner Kool Kojak).  He created the  music for  TV shows like “Being Bobby Brown”,  Ice Cube’s “Friday the Animated Series” and Nickelodeon’s  “Kenny The Shark” ,”Nip/Tuck”,  “CSI Miami”, and others.  In 2013 Jared won a Latin Grammy for his work on Beto Cuevas’ album “Transfomación” when the album took home best Pop/Rock Album.

Los Angeles based singer/songwriter, Lauren Ruth Ward, relocated to the West Coast from Baltimore to perform and record in the music capital of the country.  Lauren is a tireless performer, belting her savvy blend of soulful rock and roll and psychedelic disco at virtually everyvenue in Southern Californa, from the The Bootleg Theatre to the Viper Room, and partnering with organizations like SOFAR-SoundsLA, World Arts, and Play Like a Girl.  Recently enlisting producer/engineer, Grey Goon (Champagne Fever, US Royalty) for her full length LP, Lauren has also partnered with former Paperhaus guitarist, Eduardo Rivera, resulting in songs that draw from early 60s blues/psychedelia to today’s pop while still maintaining her distinctly high octane vocal style. She is back in the studio recording new material as a follow-up to her recent self-titled EP

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